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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    You mean 7x5, right?
    I've never heard it referred to as anything but 5x7. Until now, that is...
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    According to Inspector Lewis and Sgt. Hathaway, there is one murder in Oxford each week during the new series airing on TV. Wonder what those students are up to? In the US, before time zones, travellers used to set their watches based on the conductors announcements, as they moved east or west.

    Consider bonnet and hood. A bonnet is removable and a hood is attached. So, which is the best definition for a car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Consider bonnet and hood. A bonnet is removable and a hood is attached. So, which is the best definition for a car?

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    If you want to get to the engine, it has to be removable. If you wish to drive your car at speed, it's best if it's attached.

    How about a bonood? Or a hoonet?
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    Ben, Doesn't Great Tom still peal at 9:05 PM instead of 9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    According to Inspector Lewis and Sgt. Hathaway, there is one murder in Oxford each week during the new series airing on TV. Wonder what those students are up to? In the US, before time zones, travellers used to set their watches based on the conductors announcements, as they moved east or west.

    Consider bonnet and hood. A bonnet is removable and a hood is attached. So, which is the best definition for a car?

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    In the US, (and the rest of the world) each town set it's clocks according to the true local time, usually ascertained by the suns' zenith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    If you want to get to the engine, it has to be removable. If you wish to drive your car at speed, it's best if it's attached.

    How about a bonood? Or a hoonet?
    What if the engine is in the middle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    What if the engine is in the middle?
    Then you have to reposition yourself to the rear of the car to find the debated engine cover device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Then you have to reposition yourself to the rear of the car to find the debated engine cover device.
    Or if the engine is in the open? http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/pic/2...Special_1.html

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    I always thought hoods were gangsters and trunks are for when you go swimming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Fast, easy and wrong!

    4x5x2 = 40


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    Absolutely! That's how practical it is. You noticed my mistake immediately, without any complicated calculation
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